Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras’ startup GUVI on Wednesday collaborated with the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) to upskill 10 lakh Indian college students in coding by way of a one-day free workshop referred to as ‘AI-For-India 1.0’.
‘AI-For-India 1.0’ is a web based coding occasion and is open for college kids, IT and non-IT professionals, and anybody within the age group of eight to 80 years concerned with coding. It is scheduled to be performed on April 24, 2021.
According to the establishment, this occasion is anticipated to set a world report for the biggest coding workshop performed on-line.
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“We have come up with an initiative along with GUVI that got selected for NEAT (National Education Alliance for Technology) to upskill 10 lakh Indian students in Artificial Intelligence (AI),” Buddha Chandrasekhar, Chief Coordinating Officer, AICTE, Ministry of Education, mentioned in an announcement.
“Our collaboration will surely set a World Record,” Chandrasekhar added.
The registrations have already begun and may be performed on the GUVI’s AI-for-India web site.
In this workshop, students can be taught to construct a face recognition app utilizing Python from trade specialists.
This on-line coding workshop is anticipated to attract the participation of scholars from varied backgrounds.
All the members will achieve free entry to GUVI’s Python course that helps them perceive the ideas of the Python programming language.
Further, world report occasion participation certificates and limitless entry to ‘CodeKata,’ a Coding skill-building platform, will probably be provided to all of the members. (IANS/KB)